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Native nursery plan to protect Muri’s lagoon

Tuesday 9 November 2021 | Written by Alana Musselle | Published in Environment, National

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Native nursery plan to  protect Muri’s lagoon
Members of the Muri Environment Care taking part in one of the group’s planting initiatives. 21110810

The Muri Environment Care has ventured into a new project, a Native Nursery, which is part of their many attempts to preserve and care for the Muri area and its many streams and wetland patches.

The Muri Environment Care has ventured into a new project, a Native Nursery, which is part of their many attempts to preserve and care for the Muri area and its many streams and wetland patches.


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